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    Schedule Oddity

    This could potentially be a no-brainer, but it's got me stumped.

    We have a schedule that, when on sheet, reports different information to that of the schedule-view, and (from what I can tell) the model.

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    Anyone got any ideas what's gone/going wrong?
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    Yup. Try going into the ADBDescription field in either the family or the schedules. I think you'll find that there is textlines separated with a Cntrl-Enter (soft return) there. These will show on Sheet, since Revit recrops the row height to show all text lines, which it doesn't do in schedule view...

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    Spot on dude! It didn't appear to be a soft-return though, it was some odd special character that must have come from a copy/paste exercise from Codebook/Excel... odd. But fixed nonetheless.

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